We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
A special needs camp for children with learning and developmental challenges. Traditional camp activities PLUS academics, speech and language therapy, and daily living skills.
Summit Camp serves campers, ages 8 - 19, with issues of AD/HD, Aspergers syndrome, NVLD, mild Learning Disabilities, and/or challenging behaviors at our Honesdale, PA. campus. Summit Travel, ages 15-19, is a continuation service, this summer visiting major destinations with the same support systems for our older campers.
We provide recreational opportunities for people of all ages who have special needs. We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to experience summer camp!
Camp Lily Berks, an Easterseals Camp, is a summer day camp for ages 8-21 (older as appropriate). Offered in one-week sessions, Camp Lily features arts and crafts activities, sports, swimming, music, science exploration, special guests and trips to regional attractions.
Summer Treehouse is a camp designed to support social, emotional and physical growth and well-being in children ages 4-10 during a fun, engaging three-week intensive session. Grow Thru Play and Parent to Child are partnering to bring together therapies that support the whole child from fine-motor skills, gross-motor skills and sensory integration, to social learning, music, art and imaginative play.
Therapeutic riding, equestrian-facilitated learning, and life skills for children with physical and cognitive disabilities of all kinds, delivered through one-week and single-day camps designed to provide individualized attention to maximum of 6 students.
MAIN LINE DAY CAMP where FUN-FILLED traditional camp activities are enjoyed with SOCIAL SKILLS lessons & practice woven into the day. Highly trained counselors & therapists help your camper's SOCIAL SKILLS TAKE FLIGHT!
Club Lily is a fun camp opportunity for adults (18 and up) with any disability or special need.
Our camp utilizes horses, small farm animals and horticulture to help children develop social skills and positive peer interactions.
Weekend for Improving Social Effectiveness (W.I.S.E.): Weekend overnight camp program for children to improve social-emotional and problem-solving skills through group training, recreational, and sports activities; founded more than 15 ago.
The Woodlands Foundation offers over-night summer camps, weekend retreats and additional after- school programs for individuals of all ages with disability and chronic illness. Participants have the opportunity to learn, have fun, and make friends! All of our programs are fully adaptive, accessible and take place on our campus with climate controlled facilities and a caring and trained staff.
The nation's first sensory-friendly music, arts, yoga, and wellness festival for all ages and abilities. Inclusion Festival will debut for a weekend long event July 28-29, 2018 at Mountain Sky Festival Grounds in Jermyn, PA. The festival will celebrate neurodiversity, promote understanding and acceptance, and provides diverse educational opportunities within a safe, nurturing environment.
Camp Amp is a co-ed residential camp for children with any disability/special need ages 7-17. We offer one-week long (Sunday-Thursday night) session in the summer. Check out the fun and amp up your summer with Camp Amp!
10 weeks of full care, overnight camp for adults with developmental disabilities, including specialized 1:1 sessions for campers who require individualized care. Each summer we serve over 350 campers who join us for one or two week sessions. Shepherds Camp is celebrating over 55 years of creating the best home away from home, a vacation full of life long friends and memories, and the unforgettable experience of camp.
Easterseals Camp Lily Lehigh Valley is a day camp for ages 8-21 (older as appropriate). Offered in one-week sessions, Camp Lily features arts and crafts activities, sports, swimming, music, science exploration and visits with special guests.
Camp Pennwood provides young people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to enjoy a traditional day camp. Campers participate in activities such as arts and crafts, archery, swimming, and musical activities during the five-week summer run.